translucence & the fading of our days

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You don’t need a beautiful life, you need a beautiful heart that leads to a beautiful life…..The Beauty of a Woman

we have fallen before……wrestled with fear and complacency and time…..and here we are again…..how do we know we are on the threshold?

I am listening to my heart, I am noticing the subtle ebb and flow of my life as it unfolds before my eyes. I am open to change, I am vulnerable to the call of my soul but above all I have absolute faith in where I am going. I am a firm believer in noticing synchronicities and letting them guide you on your path — noticing ‘signs’ directing you in a certain way can be magical in transforming your life. I also believe people come into your life for a reason, and that chance encounters can change your world.

Keep your mind and heart open to possibilities and change, it could lead you to where you want to be or what you want to do…….Zoe Quiney

moving to the beginning

In a recent dream, I saw myself dragging my heels into the mud, squealing my brakes, trying to come to a standstill — as life continued its motion swirling all about me.

Life constantly flows, moves, shapes, changes. When we resist where it asks to guide us for hopes of stagnant sameness, it’s painful; it crashes against us.

Like our own blood flows, we are made to flow, to circulate. Through the ups and the downs.

The legendary Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote that our genius is that truth for ourselves which we believe to be true for all beings. To us, it is just simply not subjective. My truth believes that we all desire to unfold — to allow life to open us.

Have faith in the changes life beckons you to undergo, and trust the process. Feel the resistance of inertia, but insist on opening to the flow of transformation anyway. Release your grip, surrender.

And, remember: unfoldment is never all or nothing. Opening to change, no matter how seemingly small is cumulative. It’s these little openings that create space for more expansive ones…..Renée Claude

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